Perfect Blend

Dear Crafters,

Today I share a card I made using MDS (My Digital Studio), the computer program that Stampin’ Up! have had for a few years now, and will no longer offer from 31st May 2015. I am devastated about this news, but I will still use the program, there just won’t be access to new downloads or customer support.

This card was made for a special fellow demonstrator who has supported me greatly and it was her birthday earlier this month. We both loved our coffee so I thought this was the perfect blend for her!

Surprisingly I don’t own this stamp set, so I downloaded it in MDS for only a couple of dollars and I can use as many times as I like as well as resize it to whatever size I want!!!

Perfect Blend

I printed the images onto Sahara Sand card and fussy cut them out.

Perfect Blend

I printed them again but this time onto some of the Brights Designer Series Paper Stack and cut out the sections I wanted. How clever is that!!!

Perfect Blend

I added some Silver Glitter card and some Strawberry Slush Baker’s Twine and added all the elements with dimensionals.

I would love you to comment below with your thoughts on this card.

 

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